It's just about time to head back to school for me (well, there are a few weeks left but I have been busy, busy, busy getting ready!).
Some of you are already back!
If you read my post from a while back all about my Literacy Centers, you will know how important it is to me to have all the centers in my room organized and labeled for the kids.
I am planning on changing things just a bit this year as we are getting the Full Day Kindergarten program.
I always taught full day kindergarten, just with 2 groups.
Some schools in my area taught 2 groups, half day each, whereas we taught 2 groups which would come every other day (so one group would be Monday/Wednesday/alternate Friday and the other group would be Tuesday/Thursday/alternate Friday).
This was manageable because each group was between 16-20 students.
Starting next month, when we begin Full Day Kindergarten, we will have the students every day, all day, but our numbers will be a little higher...with 30 in all!
I am a little nervous, to say the least!
We will be working with an Early Childhood Educator (ECE). So that's a big help.
Do you remember my teeny tiny classroom? I've posted pictures of it last year.
I don't know how we are all going to fit!
Thank goodness construction is underway and I will be getting a brand new classroom in just a few months time.
Okay, okay...on with the good stuff.
I'm joining in the big Back to School sale and everything in my TpT store is 20% off!
AND you can get an additional 10% off by using the code below.
|Thank you Krista from The Creative Chalkboard for the adorable graphic!|
And my newest item, just in time for back to school....
That's not all.
As I mentioned earlier, I love center time. I'll post again closer to when school starts for me and explain how I plan on using a Center Board this year and pictures of my room.
As for now, if you'd like a copy of my NEWLY REVISED (and oh, so cute!)
you can click on the picture below for your FREEBIE!
(I included both large and small signs)
|Adorable graphics by My Cute Graphics and DJ Inkers.|
I made Literacy Center signs which were similar a while back that you may have. If you'd like to check those out, click here and here.